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A group of office workers decide to have a party in the office building. Among other things, they want to have some drugs there. Their conversation on the subject is overheard by Joe Vickers, which is rather unfortunate for them, since Joe Vickers is a policeman. Even more unfortunate is the fact that Vickers is also an undead psychotic satanist, and instead of arresting them, he will make sure that nobody leaves the party alive... Written by
Jaromir "Vassago" Krol <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The filmmakers were given access to one entire office building floor. Moreover, this movie was shot after hours at night in said office building. See more »
Officer Joe Vickers:
You have the right to remain dead. Anything you say can and will be considered very strange because you're dead. You have the right to an attorney, but it won't do you any good because you're dead. Do you understand these rights that have just been read to you? Are you even listening? It would be a lot easier if you were a little more cooperative!
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I knew this was going to be a treat about thirty seconds in, right after Officer Joe Vickers had uttered his first of many one-liners. His evil smirk, his bizarre speech patterns, his somewhat robotic movements, the puzzle fit. "More! More!", I yelled. And boy was I in for a life-changing experience. This is one of those movies that makes so many other ones look obsolete, especially the ones that don't have terrible puns about killing people in them. Keep an eye out for me, I'm beginning to suspect foreplay, I should let you of with a warning, our psycho cop is having an incredibly creative evening. He sure has improved his sense of humour since the somewhat dreadful first one. Most of the screenplay is incredibly silly, but you can also tell people put thought into it. The way it keeps the central characters from knowing everyone around them is dying can actually be called clever. The ending is also pretty creative for a slasher movie. This one tries to be several genres at once, but I'd categorise it under "pure awesome".
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